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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918.

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(By Associated Press)
[ov. 9, 7:10 P. M.-A German wireless message received here this afternoon says:
Daden has issued the following decree: "The kaiser has decided to renounce his
in office until the questions connected with the abdication, the renouncing by the
pire and of Prussia and the setting up of a regency have been settled."
7 he intends to appoint Deputy Ebert as imperial London, Nov. 9, 6:20 P. M.-It is reported from Amsterdam The HE
proposes that a bill shall be brought in for the es- that a revolution is now spreading over all Western Germany. It is government.
an providing for immediate promulgation of gen- reported to have reached Cologne. Another despatch from Am-
rect stateme
for a constitutional German national assembly sterdam says that, owing to the rush on the banks in Berlin, the in-
e future form of the German government. stitutions have stopped payments. question as
ov. 9, 5:15 P. M.-The Abdication of Emperor William has been officially annou
itch from Basel, Switzerland.

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to the truth of the abdication and revolution news.
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ield, 2:30-Goetz makes touchdown in first three minutes of play. Score 7 to 0. Michigan gaining.
attempts two field goals, one from 45-yard line and other from 25-yard line, failin g on both. Perrin injured
:ond quarter, replaced by Walker. Sears carries ball on end run for four yards. V ick tackles Neff on fake play
s. Half over. Score: Michigan 7, Chicago 0.
Cohn kicks of for Michigan. Chicago loses Dunne is injured but remains in the game. Chicago has ball on es to Vick but fails. Walker hits center for four yards. Dun
eral more fumbles are made by both teams. Chi- 30-yard line. Sears kicks and Cohn returns ball 20 yards. Cohn tempts forward pass to Walker but the play fails.
of field. Goetz blocks punt and runs 50 yards goes through tackle for 5 yards. Steketee attempts pass to Vick
re, 6 to 0. Steketee kicks goal. Score, Mich- over line but play fails. Chicago's ball on 20-yard line. Sears Perrin goes over for touchdown in beginning of fourth qu
Michigan held for downs. Quarter ends with plunges for 3 yards. Vick holds Sears for one-yard gain. Sears after ball was taken to Chicago's 10-yard line by Perrin on a
I line, kicks to Cohn who returns to Chicago's 40-yard line. Steketee past placement kick play. j

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